On 5 and 6 November 2012, the Cyprus EU Presidency and the European Commission are organising an international conference on the future of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions in Horizon 2020 and their regional and international impact. This event will take place in Nicosia, Cyprus.
The conference will provide a rich combination of speakers, high level stakeholders and experts, Marie Curie Fellows, facilitating young researchers in networking with multidisciplinary peers, presenting their work, attending a series of workshops and seminars that will run across the event and brainstorming on vital issues. The conference is a unique opportunity to learn, connect and ask questions about current developments in research policy in Europe. The event aspires to address issues on research policy, provide new opportunities for the delegates and contribute to the shaping of a new research landscape.
There are no registration fees for this conference, which is open to fellows, alumni, researchers, academics, project coordinators and everyone who has a vital interest in the Marie Curie Actions!
Participating researchers are also invited to present their work during a poster session. Posters can be submitted until 12 October 2012. More details on how to submit a poster are available on the conference website. Programme and registration can be found here.